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Published: Wednesday, 12/17/2008

GENOA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FETE SENIOR CITIZENS

NBRE lunch18p  Sophomore Tiffany Wright, 15, left, pours coffee for Alvin Everhardt, of Curtice, right. Also at the table are, clockwise from Wright: Rose Mutter, seated at left; elementary school principal Brenda Murphy, standing; Marilyn Reeder, and her husband Richard Reeder, of Genoa; and Kathy Everhardt, next to her husband Alvin. About 200 senior citizens heard a vocal concert, ate lunch and then a listened to a performance by the Genoa Area High School Stage and Concert Bands in the 23rd annual Senior Citizen lunch put on by Genoa High School students in Genoa, Ohio on December 9, 2008. The Blade/Jetta Fraser NBRE lunch18p Sophomore Tiffany Wright, 15, left, pours coffee for Alvin Everhardt, of Curtice, right. Also at the table are, clockwise from Wright: Rose Mutter, seated at left; elementary school principal Brenda Murphy, standing; Marilyn Reeder, and her husband Richard Reeder, of Genoa; and Kathy Everhardt, next to her husband Alvin. About 200 senior citizens heard a vocal concert, ate lunch and then a listened to a performance by the Genoa Area High School Stage and Concert Bands in the 23rd annual Senior Citizen lunch put on by Genoa High School students in Genoa, Ohio on December 9, 2008. The Blade/Jetta Fraser
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Genoa High School sophomore Tiffany Wright, 15, pours coffee for Alvin Everhardt of Curtice during the recent 23rd annual Senior Citizen lunch put on by high school students in the school cafeteria. About 200 seniors attended and were entertained by a vocal concert and a performance by the Genoa High School stage and concert bands.



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